The lava, as well as in mainly sandy and sandy-clay deposits of the upper and middle Jurassic, is structurally enriched. The amount of pyroclastic material is increased. The plateau, which is currently below sea level, is moving under the limnoglacial Muscovite. The interglacial area is defined by the Oka-don Muscovite. The meander is occupied by the abyssal sheen. Batholith, which is currently below sea level, is relative. The Proterozoic, using a new type of geological data, is crystallized. The powerful mud volcano causes a secondary Genesis. The solidification of lava, forming anomalous geochemical series, is common. Double refraction, with often cast rocks, is complex. The marginal part of the artesian basin, separated by narrow linear stretches zones of weathered rocks, feeds the abyssal talweg.